In a nearly 15-minute video posted to YouTube, Chance the Rapper poses as TV news reporter “Champ Bennett,” tasked with finding out what aldermen do.
Burke often has seized on a headline-grabbing issue, calling for a product’s banishment from Chicago, only to have the proposal languish and die.
Burke is right that his long political career has survived some rough patches. Here are some of rockier stretches in his long journey.
CPD Sgt. Stephen Franko and officers Janet Mondragon, Daphne Sebastian and Ricardo Viramontes are set to appear at evidentiary hearings next month.
The owner of the building at 122 S. Michigan has filed three lawsuits against Seven Lions to recoup $763,615 the restaurant allegedly owes.
The CPD must “immediately” hand over Rialmo’s 9mm Smith & Wesson pistol — the same gun he used to fatally shoot Bettie Jones and Quintonio LeGrier.
The city moved — for the second time — to revoke the liquor license of the embattled River North bar and restaurant. But it remains open for now.
Jemel Roberson, 26, was shot to death by a Midlothian police officer early Sunday outside of Manny’s Blue Room bar in Robbins, authorities said.
Joseph Kim was also ordered to pay back $1,146,000 he defrauded from a downtown investment firm and several other people.
The incident is one of a series of racist and anti-Semitic incidents that has rocked the west suburban community.
The charges allege “multiple rule violations” by Officer Robert Rialmo in the December 2015 shooting.
“They can’t say they didn’t know who they were voting for,” said Art Jones, a Republican. “You guys in the media made sure of that.”
The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that Amazon will opt to open two different HQ2 locations in separate cities.